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Do You Know Your Resentment Number?

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The resentment number is unique, personal and differs from freelance teacher to freelance teacher. It has to remain a secret. Do you know yours?

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Protected: 10 Tips on How to negotiate prices (Part Two)

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Protected: How to negotiate prices with language schools (or any other teaching institute, for that matter) Part One

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What Ball-and-Chain Fetters Most Freelance Teachers?

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The chains that hold you (and many Freelance Teachers, too).
Freelance teachers do not earn well. The cause is invariably focused in the wrong place – on its symptoms — rather than focusing on the cause itself.

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Why You Should Charge Reasonable Prices For Your Private Teaching Lessons

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Why It’s Possible To Charge A Fair And Reasonable Price For Your Private Teaching Lessons When you stand at the top of cliffs, what do you feel? The pull to destruction. It’s uncanny, isn’t it? Most people feel the hypnotising suction of the abyss. It’s a nasty sensation drawing you forwards and down. Yet it […]

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A Simple Method To Price Your Freelancing Teacher Services

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How do you find out the going rate for your services? Have you ever watched bats? Have you watched how they dip and curve at lightning speed using their in-build radar to ping back echoes whilst on their search for food – flying insects? Does your freelance teaching business need similar a radar device when […]

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